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The Wall Street Journal: Bipartisan Senate group reaches agreement on infrastructure proposal without tax hikes

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10/06/2021 - 23:46

A bipartisan group of Senators said they had reached an agreement on an infrastructure proposal that would be paid for without tax increases, pitching the plan to other lawmakers and the White House as they try to craft a compromise on the issue.


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